Well it is interesting dealing with the Mormon haters in the world. It seems that some people are born to tear down others.
Christ seems to use ordinances to test his flock. For example, after the miracle of the loaves and the fishes, the people started following him, hoping for more free food. He finally told them that in order for someone to see the Kingdom of God, they must "Eat his flesh and drink his blood." Well, that grossed them out, and they went away. He turned to his desciples and asked them if they too would leave him. Peter said, "Where would we go. Thou hast the words of eternal life." Now it's been a few years since I read that, so it was paraphrased. I wonder why Christ, who was so missionary-minded would blow off all those people.
I also wondered why, when he restored His Church, that he would command his prophet, Joseph Smith, to take polygamist wives. Hmmmmm.
It is interesting that Jesus' neighbors, the ones who knew him best, tried to kill him when he announced who he was. If Christ being perfect is subject to being killed by those who know him best, how much more of a chance will his unperfect prophets be killed?